Residence Inn Moline Quad Cities
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... spanning 45 feet...can you imagine how long the auger is to saddle up to your truck to unload....he watched them paint them with robots too!
The other big employer in town is the army
While he was busy with the tour Nic and I toured about the quaint downtown shops, with a special stop at the candy/fudge shop infamous in the county "Lagomarcinos" ....the best caramel!
The evening we enjoyed a visit ...
... gift shop you have ever seen. Needless to say I had to be drug out skidding heels blistering the pavement! Mostly no snow on the ground the first day but more as we travel eastward..temperatures around freezing but glorious sunshine.
tonight we rest our heads at our niece Nicole, Allan and little Liam's. They have a beautiful home in Bettendorf on the Missippippi. Tomorrow we will see the area with ...
... and George Davenport and Antonie LeClaire were stationed there. Davenport was established in 1836 by Antoine LeClaire and named after his good friend Colonel George Davenport. The first settlers of Davenport were mostly Germans. After a county seat dilemma with neighboring town Rockingham in 1840, Davenport was established as the county seat of Scott ...
... of it into larger and more showy digs, as rich people are wont to do. (He even avoids using a chauffeur and drives his own car.).
The ride through Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska and Iowa was fascinating. Dramatic scenery, mountains and cliffs of every description, changing slowly from desert crags to lush farmland.
We kept thinking about the early pioneers in their covered wagons, making the arduous journey west. ...
... to the Mississippi River at a park.
When we arrived, there was a marching band practicing in a parking lot we all had to drive through. The director simply had the band march out of the way of oncoming trucks and motorhomes as we pulled up. The kids kept playing and we kept driving. It felt very surreal.
Nothing could have prepared any of us for what a fantastic day it was for a couple of circus shows - not only did we have a ringside full of exuberant Circus Fans who ...